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Thinking like an entrepreneur leads to more success in life--growth mindset, grit, redefining failure, and opportunity seeking are core attributes of this way of thinking that leads to radical transformation for ALL learners. This podcast is designed for educators in K-12 schools who are interested in engaging students with hands-on, innovative experiences that provide practical training for success in life.
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In a world that seems to favor top performers, we often overlook the mindset and the methods of everyday entrepreneurs—the underdogs and the misfits who have no particular advantage in life—yet somehow manage to succeed. Author and entrepreneur Gary Schoeniger has traveled the world interviewing entrepreneurs and exploring the research to expose the hidden logic that exposes opportunities, optimizes engagement, and unleashes human potential. Whether you want to start a business, engage your ...
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The OYA podcast aims at strengthening the entrepreneurial mindset to enable young entrepreneurs identify and make the most of opportunities, overcome and learn from setbacks, and succeed in a variety of settings by listening to inspiring journeys of successful young African entrepreneurs.
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Raising Entrepreneurs: A Parent’s Guide to Fostering an Entrepreneurial Mindset focuses on equipping parents with strategies and tactics for raising kids who think and act entrepreneurially. Hosted by Tameka Montgomery, a mom on a mission to raise kids who are self-reliant and financially independent. In each episode, she explores topics related to being entrepreneurial and looks at them through a parental lens. Through conversations with experts, authors, parents and young entrepreneurs, sh ...
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We showcase entrepreneurs especially those with an immigrant background. They have built businesses and we would love to share their experience, successes and challenges with our listeners.I’m sure you may have the question, Why are we calling it the Risky Mindset Show? Well, Entrepreneurs take on challenges that are normally seen by others as risky. But we would have it no other way. We have goals and dreams and would forge through obstacles to achieve them.We call it jumping from the plane ...
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We have a dashboard in our car that tells us our speed, our oil status, the car's temperature, and other key metrics--at a single glance, we know the state of things. Imagine the power of applying this concept to other areas of our life, primarily our goals. Having a dashboard tells us where we are, without sugarcoating, so we know how far we have …
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Hello, and welcome to another episode of the entrepreneurial mindset project. Today, I’m speaking with Jim Correll, an everyday entrepreneur who started an entrepreneurial mindset revolution that transformed his community. At the age of 50, Jim was hired as an outside staff instructor to teach the Successful Entrepreneur Program at a small communit…
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Ever get in trouble in elementary school for selling something out of your locker to your classmates? Ever end up being chastised for not doing things in the right order or thinking outside the box? Often traditional education is at odds with the entrepreneurial mindset and if we are going to help cultivate this mindset in ourselves and in others, …
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Ivan Pavlov's famous quote, "If you want new ideas, read old books" is truer today than ever before--we have a treasure trove of advice available to us in the pages of the past. Such is the case with Og Mandino's The Greatest Salesman in the World where we are exhorted to "persist until we succeed" and "avoid with fury the killers of time." These p…
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Look, it's both simple and profound: we have to start by knowing where we are going. We don't get into a car and drive aimlessly around; we have a destination in mind. Yet often we go through our lives with purposeless movement. It's time to connect our movement to a vision so that our time is invested. Let's Go! Did you know that Stephen Carter's …
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Coach K has famously said, "Everyone wants to win but not everyone wants to prepare to win." This preparation to win requires behaviors and those behaviors stem from beliefs. If we want to win, we have to start with our beliefs which will guide our behaviors and ultimately drive results. Did you know that Stephen Carter's latest book, Teaching the …
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The popular acronym VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, Ambiguity) best describes life in the next ten years. And yet, armed with an entrepreneurial mindset, we can see the realities of VUCA through the lens of problem solving and other durable skills. With increased communication and collaboration, we can thrive in uncertainty because we th…
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A conversation with Dr. Tim Holcomb, the Director of the John W. Altman Institute for Entrepreneurship in the Farmer School of Business at Miami University, yielded some fascinating insights. Dr. Holcomb began by saying that much of their work, in college-level entrepreneurial studies, is undoing the methods that schools have taught students to ado…
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Having a curious mindset is key to developing empathy which leads to emotional intelligence. If we want to be better communicators, collaborators, parents, and coaches, we need to learn to ask better questions. Did you know that Stephen Carter's latest book, Teaching the Entrepreneurial Mindset, is now available for purchase? Get your copy today!…
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This is the final episode in a three part series that explores the importance of mindset. From knowing what you want to choosing how to think to desiring your purpose, training one's mindset is central to the path to success. Here we go! Did you know that Stephen Carter's latest book, Teaching the Entrepreneurial Mindset, is now available for purch…
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This is the second episode in a three part series that explores the importance of mindset. From knowing what you want to choosing how to think to desiring your purpose, training one's mindset is central to the path to success. Here we go! Did you know that Stephen Carter's latest book, Teaching the Entrepreneurial Mindset, is now available for purc…
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This is the first episode in a three part series that explores the importance of mindset. From knowing what you want to choosing how to think to desiring your purpose, training one's mindset is central to the path to success. Here we go! Did you know that Stephen Carter's latest book, Teaching the Entrepreneurial Mindset, is now available for purch…
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Most city government workers, even though they have a keen eye on business, simply stay where they are and do not venture outside their comfort zone. What would it take for them to unlock their hidden entrepreneurial leadership skills? In this episode, host Gary Schoeniger sits down with Rob Vigil, a retired government worker in the City of Albuque…
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Two of the most important skills we can ever develop in life include understanding how to set meaningful goals and then creating systems to accomplish those goals. Goal setting is central to the entrepreneurial mindset and we need to ensure that we are setting goals to bring our life into balance by focusing on growth in all areas of importance: in…
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If we focus on investing our time with impact and intentionality, we will reap the rewards of the entrepreneurial mindset--this is especially important as we work toward the fulfillment of our mission and vision. Did you know that Stephen Carter's latest book, Teaching the Entrepreneurial Mindset, is now available for purchase? Get your copy today!…
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In this episode, Gary sits down with Joe Jaros, a remarkable entrepreneur who turned a pizza delivery job into a thriving career. Joe's journey is a testament to the transformative power of an entrepreneurial mindset, even in franchise ownership. Hailing from a working-class background in Cleveland, Ohio, Joe's story mirrors the essence of entrepre…
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It’s trendy in educational circles to talk about “embracing the learning experience of failure” or “teaching students to not fear failure,” but at the end of the day, it’s the same old story: we’re afraid. When we do a cost-benefit analysis, we tend to overload the cost side and assume it is not worth the risk. When we consider our shareholders, ou…
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The entrepreneurial mindset is a mindset based on principles and principles are truths that directly impact our lives. Principles are at work regardless whether or not we acknowledge them, but when we do acknowledge them, we can make them work for us rather than against us. The principle I focus on in this podcast is the principle that we go in the…
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Teaching the growth mindset is foundational to teaching entrepreneurship and I can think of no better place to teach this than in a space dedicated to real-time displays of flourishing growth. But the space also illustrates a key point about growth—if not directed, growth can get out of control. Consider the tomato plant. In the greenhouse, we grow…
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When I talk to business owners regarding their pain points, the conversation often trails toward the hiring process. “We can’t find good people,” they say before bemoaning all the problems with “this generation.” As someone with an entrepreneurial mindset, this problem is an opportunity. The opportunity lies in what we can teach our students to hel…
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Today, we're speaking with Susana Cabrera, who is one of the original entrepreneurs featured in the Ice House Entrepreneurship Program. I originally interviewed Susana in 2010, when she was in the first few years of her entrepreneurial journey. Today, I had the chance to catch up with her to revisit her journey and the life lessons she learned alon…
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We’re all guilty of it—we don’t spend enough quality time with our rock stars. Don’t get me wrong, we certainly know who our rock stars are, but because they are the ones who've got it together, who deliver consistently, and who don't cause us problems, we often let them do their thing so we can focus on putting out the fires. And this can be a det…
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At the end of the day, the most powerful tool in our tool box for entrepreneurship is compound interest. And I'm not just talking about a financial tool or economic indicator--I'm talking about the heart of the entrepreneurial mindset and the vehicle by which dreams and goals are fulfilled, by which habits are formed, and by which lives are crafted…
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Believe it or not, your school already has the perfect space for entrepreneurship to not only happen but to thrive--all it takes is recognizing it and creating the necessary freedom, resources, and autonomy for the program to thrive. Did you know that Stephen Carter's latest book, Teaching the Entrepreneurial Mindset, is now available for purchase?…
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I can KNOW everything in the world about leadership and organization and team collaboration, but without someone in my corner challenging and pushing me, my growth will be stunted. This revelation brought me to the following admission, and it is one born out of vulnerability: we all need coaching. Wherever we are in our lives, we all have dreams an…
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Feeling disengaged? Have students, parents, or teachers that would classify as disengaged? They're in the majority--67% of US employees report feeling disengaged from their work. Rather than see this as a major problem, we can see this as an opportunity if we approach from an entrepreneurial mindset. And the opportunity to increase engagement start…
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Welcome to another episode of The Entrepreneurial Mindset Project. Today, we're joined by Chad Porter, a young, inventive entrepreneur who is well on his way. While studying biomedical engineering at Ohio State, he noticed that students were hauling fewer books around campus, which required a new type of backpack. All he needed was a prototype that…
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In a classic Biblical teaching, we are encouraged to look to the ants in order to learn wisdom. Based on the teaching of Jim Rohn, there are two key attributes that ants can teach us that directly contribute to our ongoing development of the entrepreneurial mindset. When we apply these teachings, wisdom supercharges our growth. Did you know that St…
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What do rocks have to do with goal setting? Everything, it turns out. Going back to Stephen Covey's famous "put first things first" habit, rocks became synonymous with the big, important things in life that often get set aside for the less important "whirlwind" of the everyday. Gino Wickman in the book, Traction, explains how setting rocks, or quar…
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Let's work "on" instead of "in" our email. Some time management professionals will tell you to ignore email as much as possible or only look at it once a day. Often this results, however, in missing an important or urgent issue that needs to be addressed. My preferred method harkens back to Stephen Covey. He shares the power of the Eisenhower Matri…
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Ready to get fired up with some inspiration for you day? How about the story of a group of high school students who rallied behind a Wildly Important Goal to create a new business venture that fueled them with ownership and confidence? This is the stuff of the entrepreneurial mindset and this is what innovative education is all about. Let's Go! Did…
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Ready to supercharge your growth and development? Want to dive in to growth mindset, grit, redefining failure, and opportunity seeking? Subscribe to this podcast to get inspired and help radically transform yourself and the people in your life. Did you know that Stephen Carter's latest book, Teaching the Entrepreneurial Mindset, is now available fo…
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We all innately understand the value of becoming grittier but often we fall into the trap of assuming grit is an innate, fixed trait. Thanks to the growth mindset, however, we can dive into the way in which grit can be developed over time. A key technique for this is in goal setting. By setting goals in our own lives and by helping the students and…
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We hear a lot these days about personal growth but if we don't have a plan for our growth, our growth will be undirected and haphazard. Having a plan means looking at all key aspects of our life--intellectual, relational, spiritual, physical, financial, and vocational--and setting key goals for our growth in those areas. This is about achieving bal…
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So we have a mission, a vision, and core values for our organization (be it a business, church, or school). Before we congratulate ourselves, however, let's ask how deeply it has infiltrated each and everything we do. Does everyone know the mission, vision, and values? Does everyone live it out? When we have clarity around this and when we hold eac…
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Our students are bored--they are disengaged, listless, and disruptive in the classroom. And the issue is us as educators. Tough pill to swallow, I know, but if we help our students connect the WHY of education to the reality of practical training toward future success, we can create opportunities for them to engage in their learning and see the tru…
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This episode explains the four primary attributes at work in the entrepreneurial mindset--growth mindset, grit, redefining failure, and opportunity seeking. When these are working together, we are ready for anything. Did you know that Stephen Carter's latest book, Teaching the Entrepreneurial Mindset, is now available for purchase? Get your copy to…
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Welcome to another episode of the Entrepreneurial Mindset Project! Today, we have an inspiring story to share with you. Meet Ashley and Abby Garfield, identical twins and young entrepreneurs. Starting with just a vacuum cleaner, a broom, a bucket, and a mop, they launched a cleaning business in high school. As they pursued business courses at a loc…
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In this episode of the Risky Mindset Podcast, join us as we sit down with Olabisi Akeroro, the founder of D Square Design. Olabisi shares her journey of building a successful small business specializing in personalized gifts, custom drinkware, branding, and more. Learn about her upbringing in Lagos, Nigeria, her move to Canada, and how her passion …
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In this inspiring episode, join us as we dive into a conversation with Toks Ayinla, a successful entrepreneur, author, and motivational speaker. Toks shares her entrepreneurial journey, personal growth experiences, and the profound impact of sharing her unique story. 🕒 Time Stamps: 00:00 Introduction 01:30 Toks's background and entrepreneurial jour…
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Welcome to the latest episode of the Entrepreneurial Mindset Project! In this special edition, we're taking a different approach as we delve into the fascinating realm of the entrepreneurial mindset through the lens of psychology. Our guest today is Dr. Jennifer Hall, co-author of the Entrepreneurial Mindset Profile—a groundbreaking psychometric to…
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Join the conversation with Fola, founder of Winfinite Consulting, as she shares valuable insights and advice for aspiring entrepreneurs in the field of cybersecurity and IT. In this episode, Fola discusses the importance of research, planning, and leveraging technology in business operations. 🎯 Timestamped Highlights: 00:00 Introduction to the epis…
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If you're looking to develop discipline and achieve success, join us in this insightful interview with Emeka Nwarulor. Emeka shares practical tips and strategies to help you stay consistent, focus on what matters, and cultivate the right environment for growth. Discover the power of visualization, the importance of building a supportive network, an…
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Hello, and welcome to another episode of the Entrepreneurial Mindset Project. Today, I’m speaking with a special guest, Steve Orlando, who is not only an incredible entrepreneur, but was one of my very first students when I was experimenting with teaching entrepreneurship at a local high school back in 2006-2007. Trust me when I tell you Steve has …
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Join us for an inspiring interview with Yvonne, the founder of Kscope, a business consultancy dedicated to empowering aspiring entrepreneurs. In this episode, Yvonne shares her insights and advice for starting and growing a successful business. Timestamped highlights from the interview are listed below: 0:00 - Introduction to Yvonne and Kscope 1:32…
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Join us on this riveting episode as we talk with Emikele, an inspiring entrepreneur, author, and non-profit enthusiast. We delve into her journey of establishing a unique brand, how her non-profit work is making a difference, and the critical role of understanding your 'why' in any endeavor. Time-stamped Highlights: [00:05:00] - Introduction of Emi…
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Today, we sit down with Stephanie Riel, founder of RielDeal & Co., a brand strategy consulting firm based in Scottsdale, Arizona. In this episode of the Entrepreneurial Mindset Project, we explore the origins of an entrepreneur's passion and drive. Stephanie was inspired by her father's journey as an immigrant entrepreneur and always knew she wante…
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In this episode, we sit down with Kunbi Olalere, the founder of Ahinke's Kitchen, a Nigerian restaurant in Calgary, who shares her inspiring story of entrepreneurship, the challenges she faced, and the importance of nurturing harmonious relationships in homes through food. Join us as we dive into the journey of this passionate entrepreneur and her …
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In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Adeshola Cole, the founder of Tritek Consulting, to discuss her journey from being bullied in school to empowering others through her tech consulting firm. Adeshola shares her passion for helping people excel in the tech industry and how she's been able to grow her business. Join us as we dive into her story, t…
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In this episode, I interview Reni, The Resource, a successful YouTube content creator, investor, and entrepreneur. Reni shares her inspiring journey of how she quit her job to pursue her passion for creating content that helps people manage their finances better. Here are some highlights and timestamps: 1:00 - Reni background and how she started he…
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